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A progressive farmer in Gondia district has overcome this and only after producing millions of pearton block land in paddy acre farm, he has created an ideal for farmers by generating 1 lakh rupees in 155 days.

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Gondia: The changing effect of the changing environment is affecting the agriculture sector. Due to the increase in fertilizers, seeds and plantation cost, agriculture is losing business. However, the name of the progressive farmer like Ashok Khune RN Navagabad, Tal.Arjuni. He is a retired forest officer officer. Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari will guide the farmers in his speech always advising farmers to copy successful experiments in the agricultural sector. It is a picture of their advice being adopted by the farmers. Gondia district is known as District Grower’s Dist. That is why this district is called as a bowl of rice. But now farmers of this district are cultivating Block Rice and generating it. There is a complimentary picture that black beans are now harvested in the banyan bay. Khune has agriculture in Navegaon. They planted various indigenous and exotic species of this year in acre farming. In the acre area in Pune, millions of posterity blocks were planted in Manipur. This paddy is coming in 155 days and its production is 14-15 quintals per acre. While planting this product, he used the SAGUDA RICE TECHNOLOGY (SRT) method. It does not use any chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Fully organic farming. So, it also got less cost of planting. This year, he has planted this Block Rice only in acre farm. From this he got a revenue of Rs 1 lakh. There are millions of poorer, Hiranakhi rice (Block Rice) at a rate of 300 to 400 rupees per kg and the demand for this rice is also there. Khune has sold the rice worth Rs. 350 / kg in the village. Other varieties of Block Rice have also been cultivated like this rice. On the one hand, due to rising plantation expenditure, farmers are making a lot of income by making huge returns like farming, making new investments in farming and applying a combination of technology to them. In particular, the farmers of Vidharbha did not have the production of Block Rice. But he has also been completely removed. The SRT planting system of Krishi Ratna awardee farmer Bhadavale in Raigad district is helping to increase production.

What is SRT?

Without planting the rice in the cultivation of rice, it is prepared in the form of a sulphate and paddy is cultivated. This leads to better growth of the chest. That is why this method has been named as SAGUDA RICE TECHNOLOGY (SRT). Most of the farmers in this area are planting the roads of Arjuni and Arjuni Morgan in Gondia district this way. It is completely organic manure. In the first year, the cost of cultivation of this field is more. But from the second year it decreases.

20 percent block rice cultivation in the state of Manipur

In the state of Manipur, 20 percent of the agriculture was block rice. There is a huge demand for millions of poets. Gradually, this block rice cultivation area is growing in Vidarbha, which is the answer to this stone, and this rice is considered good for patients with diabetes and alcohol.

Stages of collection of indigenous varieties

Ashok Khune is a hobby to collect a variety of indigenous species of rice along with new experiments in farming. He has collected seeds of Hiranakhi, Chennai, Tulsirahul, Kalimamu, Poetry Block Manipur, Bloodhound Kerala, Kalibati block Odissa, Kaviraj, Lilavati, Happi, Kamini, Yashoda, Shamla, Dumoraz and Pete Rice. Out of these, three types of Poetton block Manipur, Blood Bank Kerala, Kalibati block Odisha are excluded.

Government should give biological certificate

Many farmers in Vidarbha are doing organic and biological farming. However, the cost of obtaining the certificate by registering it is high. So many farmers do not do it. Therefore, the government should make samples of biological farming products and provide them the biological certificates. Similarly, the progressive farmer Ashok Khune has demanded to take 15 thousand rupees per quintal as well as like other grains.

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